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A Security Tip If You're Traveling

Just a little article I came across that might be of interest to some.

http://www.moneytalksnews.com/warning-travelers-not-toss-that-airplane-boarding-pass/

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They'll never get past my tin foil hat !!
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To be honest I am always amazed at how casual people are with their boarding passes. I have seen passengers who have just boarded the plane, throw their passes away before they land. Totally uncaring that the check in staff have attached sticker relating to their suitcase on the pass. Then there are others who leave the pass in the trolley they have used to collect their luggage.....Rolleys

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Some more info here.
Credit to my mate Adam who found it and posted on another forum
http://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/40807/digital-id/boarding-pass-personal-information.html
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Mine go in my security bag, 6 or 8 every trip here, and go in the shredder when I get home....

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@MI5 wrote:
Some more info here.
Credit to my mate Adam who found it and posted on another forum
http://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/40807/digital-id/boarding-pass-personal-information.html

@MI5 will you pass my thanks onto your mate Adam for the info ... last time I flew was in late 1990's, but I shall pass this info onto people close to me who do fly 

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@Bambino wrote:

Just a little article I came across that might be of interest to some.

http://www.moneytalksnews.com/warning-travelers-not-toss-that-airplane-boarding-pass/


thank you @Bambino for opening this thread ... its becoming frightening these days how much 'Big Brother' etc can glean from our so called 'trash' 

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One man's trash is another man's fortune. It's just the way the world is these days. I suggest everyone  invests in a shredder. £20 and peace of mind. We spend hundreds of pounds on electronics but skimp on our security.

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Had a shredder for years. I was quite gobsmacked when Ray bought it out of the blue...but I use it more than he ever does...

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Wow! Thanks for sharing this  @Bambino and @MI5. Good advice for the travelers!